One of the largest amusement parks in Germany, Phantasialand, is in Brühl. Every year it is visited by approximately 1.75 million people. The park that has existed since 1967 is focused on a family holiday, although attractions for adventurers are also available there. The park is divided into six thematic zones: Berlin (retro), Wuze Town (fantasy), Mexico (Mexico), Mystery (detectives and adventure), Chinatown (China) and Deep in Africa (Africa).
The first zone of the park Phantasialand - Berlin - takes the guests to the streets of Berlin of 1920 with elegant cafes and shops in the retro style. Even the cleaners are dressed in the fashion of those years. Hotel Tartüff- an unusual variation of the haunted house-is among the novelties of this area. In it visitors pass through a series of hotel rooms, where obviously there was a displacement of reality: sofas on the ceiling, beds on the walls, living pictures, characters that react to the actions of visitors. In one of the "inverted" rooms, visitors pace the ceiling fresco! Another popular entertainment in this zone is an old-fashioned steam carousel, on which both children and parents love to ride.
Fans of real thrills have a direct way to the famous Talocan attraction in the Mexican part of the park. This is a so-called "top spin", reproducing sacrificial ceremony in honor of the Aztec deity. It is called the scariest attraction in the world. Fans of the attraction of the Black Mamba in the African zone, which is an inverted roller coast, may argue with this statement. In short, you can find entertainment for all tastes in Phantasialand! Each zone regularly hosts a colorful show, the programs of which are available in advance on the park’s website.